Most BSc Tourism students continue their study career with a Master of Science programme. Graduates have enrolled in more than 35 different master studies at over 20 different universities domestically and abroad.
Here are a few examples:
MSc programmes at Wageningen University
MSc Leisure, Tourism and Environment (unconditional admission)
MSc Management, Economics and Consumer Studies (minor management studies)
MSc International Development Studies (minor international development studies)
MSc Economics and Management of Tourism (University of Venice, Italy)
MSc Tourism and Regional Planning (KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany)
MSc Sustainable Development Studies (Linköping University , Sweden)
MSc International Community Development (Northwest University, Australia)
MSc Marine Development & Protection (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK)
Combining their interdisciplinary bachelor with a specialised master, alumni have an individual profile and find employment in a wide range of businesses, government organisations, NGO’s, research institutes, and consultancy firms.
Policy making: AIDA Cruises, International Organisaton for Migration, Gemeente Tilburg, Ministry of Environmental Affairs, Ministry of the Interior & Kingdom Relations, World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Research and consultancy: Newcastle University, New Zealand Tourism Research Institute (NZTRI), Rho Adviseurs voor Leefruimte.
Create your own unique profile!
In the Bachelor of Science Tourism, you can create a tailor-made study programme with a minor.
The first semester of the 3rd year consists of 30 ECTS continuous free choice space. Students may choose to fill this space by taking individual courses of their own interest. This may also be done at another university, either in the Netherlands or abroad.
A minor can be used as a side step to another discipline or as preparation for your continuing education.